Prosecutor: Canadian Man Involved in British Terror Plot was 'Mortal Enemy' of the West. Mohammed Babar of Queens NY gives testimony on Momin Khawaja, they are members of al-Muhajiroun and Islamic Thinkers Society.....Tuesday, September 09, 2008
"A Canadian man accused of participating in a plot to bomb British targets in 2004 is a mortal enemy of the West, the prosecutor charged during the trial's closing arguments Tuesday. " The prosecution's star witness, Mohammed Babar, a former al-Qaida operative turned police informant, testified that Momin Khawaja attended a training camp in Pakistan in 2003.
Fahad Hashmi, arrested and suspected terrorist, like Mohammed Junaid Babar, was a member of the Islamic Thinkers Society (ITS) in Queens NY led by "Nussrah", see the ITS website Click Here, were they seek to "Free Fahad". The Islamic Thinkers Society (ITS) in Queens NY links to several arrested and convicted members of Al-Qaeda, such as Fahad Hashmi arrested, Mohammed Junaid Babar arrested convcited and Shahawar Matin Siraj who was arrested and convicted for plot to blow up a busy Manhattan subway station as revenge for wartime abuses of Iraqis. "Nussrah" the leader of the ITS in Queens NY has left numeous threatening messages on this blog and seeks to silence the blog of "Private Investigator Bill Warner".
See Prior Post on ITS and it's leader Nussrah; Tuesday, August 12, 2008, NUSSRAH THE LEADER OF THE ISLAMIC THINKERS SOCIETY IN NEW YORK CITY KEEPS UP WITH HIS THREATS. NYPD EYEBALLING THEM.
See Prior Post on Mohammed Juanid Babar; Thursday, August 28, 2008 Mohammed Junaid Babar, the "Forest Gump" of Al-Qaeda turned informant has saved hundreds of lives,
See Prior Post on Mohammed Junaid Babar; Wednesday, June 11, 2008 CURRENT LONDON TERROR TRIAL LINKS TO MUSLIM IQRA BOOKSTORE IN LEEDS UK, AGAIN
See Prior Post on Mohammed Junaid Babar; Sunday, June 08, 2008. QUEENS NY TERRORIST MOHAMMED JUNAID BABAR HAS BEEN "PUTTIN" IN THE O.T. "PUTTIN" HIS AL-QAEDA PALS IN THE SLAMMER.
See Prior Post on Mohammed Junaid Babar; Sunday, June 08, 2008. PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER EXPOSES TERROR CELL AT MASJID AL-FATIMA MOSQUE IN QUEENS NY LINKED TO MOHAMMED JUNAID BABAR
See Prior Post on Mohammed Junaid Babar; Sunday, May 18, 2008. SYED FAHAD HASHMI EXTRADITED TO US, HE IS A MEMBER OF AL-MUHAJIROUN FROM QUEENS NY
OTTAWA — A Canadian man accused of participating in a plot to bomb British targets in 2004 is a mortal enemy of the West, the prosecutor charged during the trial's closing arguments Tuesday.
Momin Khawaja, a Pakistani-born Canadian citizen, allegedly collaborated with British Muslims, also of Pakistani descent, in a thwarted plan to bomb British buildings and natural gas lines. Five alleged co-conspirators were convicted in London last year and jailed for life (based on testimony of Mohammed Babar).
Khawaja intended to kill Westerners, prosecutor David McKercher said in summing up his case after presenting five weeks of evidence over the summer in Ontario Superior Court.
"He meant to become the West's mortal enemy," McKercher said. "It was his intention to bring death and destruction to the West." Khawaja pleaded not guilty to all charges alleging his involvement in a plot to attack a nightclub, a shopping center and electrical and gas facilities in Britain. The defense lawyer, Lawrence Greenspon, did not call Khawaja or anyone else to testify.
Greenspon has acknowledged Khawaja, an Ottawa software developer, created a remote-control device for setting off explosives. But he insisted it was meant for use against military targets in Afghanistan — not for a homemade fertilizer bomb being constructed by the plotters in London. He says the plotters never let Khawaja in on their plans to mount attacks in Britain.
The prosecution's star witness, Mohammed Babar, a former al-Qaida operative turned police informant (from Queens NY), testified that Khawaja attended a training camp in Pakistan in 2003. He also claimed Khawaja acted as a courier to deliver money and supplies and discussed various potential operations.
Khawaja faces seven charges under Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act, including the key allegation that he built the remote-control device to trigger explosions. He is also accused of financing and facilitating terrorism, participating in terrorist training and meetings, and making a house owned by his family in Pakistan available for terrorist use. The charges carry a maximum penalty of life in prison.